>From: janine mackintosh <desiremach@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Re: deleuze-guattari-digest V2 #431
>Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 21:20:30 GMT
>>There's no Deleuzians in here, at least not in here, that is to say,
>>would never join a mailing list, open or closed it doesn't matter. this
>>Rorty's dinner table, we get dopamine hits off chewing the meat. i love
>>soap opera you've instigated, mr Bard (i say that like I say mr Bond,
>>bond), very pretty display. the images of Suzuki and Habermas and also
>>Dave's revelation of end of civilisation ran thru my head throughout which
>>left great impact; that's what we need is deeply affectual distributions
>>words, like that, to get that slim chance. but capitalism isn't dying,
>>silly. how can you even imagine such a thing! axioms are being added for
>>the net, but if cap was dying...i still can't put that, it's unthinkable.
>>------------ As usual its nice to see the cut of desie spring ing in the
>>midst of things, and the grass of leaves, and clinical beside critical.
>>knows what he might have thought?
I'm sure he wouldn't enjoy writing emails on a mailing list...he says over
and over in the Abecedaire how he can't stand talk, especially intellectual
talk, interrogations...he dislikes it all very much. The Abc is a very
important text that should be studied, it's key. (And all thanks to Charles
Stivale, for the summary) It's full of stuffs that the other books don't
have, it's Deleuze, right there. Very important. I'm glad that's the way I
encountered Deleuze, through that interview...it's like meeting a very
interesting person and then finding out he's written books.
And then there is Felix and the
>>that all his patients loved him and fell in love with him\
I imagine that was wonderful, you're a lucky ducky.
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